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Greater Eurasia Partnership and Belt and Road Initiative, The Cooperation or Containment of Atlanticism in the International System, by Edmund Li Sheng

In this book, Eurasia will be discussed in the context of the Greater Eurasian Partnership proposed by Russia, the “eastward” transformations spurred by Neo-Eurasianism and the Greater Eurasian Partnership, and cooperation with China through the BRI, while related countries of Atlanticism was used to described the U.S., Europe, and their allies. The Greater Eurasian Partnership proposed by Russia is an initiative with specific diplomatic considerations, economic development strategies, and geopolitical implications. The initiative represents an attempt by Russia to shift foreign policy thinking, which has traditionally focused on alignment with the U.S. and the West. The Greater Eurasian Partnership contains both short-term strategies to cope with Western pressure and long-term strategic goals for building a new international and regional order. What this portends for the future of Sino-Russian relations is of interest to geopoliticians, economists and journalists. Professor Edmund Li Sheng received his M.A. and Ph.D. (political economy) from Universitaet Freiburg, Germany, after graduating with his BA from Peking University. He is currently a university distinguished professor at the Shandong University. His research has focused mainly on political economy and public policy. He has published over 100 research papers in peer-reviewed academic journals, among which 45 were published in journals listed in the Social Sciences Citation Index. He has already published three books with Palgrave: “Political Economy of Macao since 1999: The Dilemma of Success”, “Love and Trade War: China and the U.S. in Historical Context”, “The Belt and Road Initiative in South-South Cooperation: The Impact on World Trade and Geopolitics”.
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1: The Greater Eurasian Partnership and the Belt and Road Initiative: Cooperation and Competition in the International System -- Chapter 2: China and the Atlantic Countries in the Context of the Belt and Road Initiative -- Chapter 3: Russia and the Atlantic Countries in the Context of the Greater Eurasian Partnership -- Chapter 4: China, Russia, the United States, and Europe in International Organizations: Quadrilateral Relations -- Chapter 5: Differing Values and Perceptions of International Leaders
Literary Form
non fiction
1st ed. 2023.
Physical Description
1 online resource (139 pages)
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